Grapes and Vinification:
Chardonnay and Sauvignon, fermented and aged in second-passage barrels
In the glass it has a straw-yellow color with light golden hues, subsequently on the nose there are olfactory sensations of Golden apple, gooseberry, boulangerie and a slightly smoky touch given by the wood used.
Drinking it, it contrasts an intriguing fresh, savory note with a warmer side of structure and softness that create an ideal harmony on the palate that prolongs the drinking pleasure.
A wine to be left to mature over time, identified in its typical elegance (like the rest of the estate wines).
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